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Information Technology Manager

Are you looking for an opportunity to be the IT lead of an organization that provides work life balance? Interested in working where you can build without a lot of red tape? How about being at a place where you and your work will be appreciated, and you’ll feel like part an important part of a staff family?

The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) is a successful nonprofit for medical educators looking for an information technology manager to help us continue to grow and service our staff and members. The IT Manager is responsible for the delivery, management, and implementation of applications and systems that support our members and employees. This includes the development, integration, and support of best practices and technology standards across the organization.

You will report to the Executive Director/CEO and have four direct reports. The Society's headquarters are located in Leawood, Kansas, and the organization offers an outstanding work environment, competitive nonprofit salary, and a great benefit package. The office has recently shifted to 60% remote work and will consider 100% remote work for a new hire residing outside the Kansas City area. The main responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

Duties and Responsibilities
• Manage the IT infrastructure including networks, servers, software, services, and websites
• Manage the development of creative and carefully planned applications 
• Recommend information technology strategies, policies, procedures, and products by evaluating organization priorities, identifying problems, evaluating trends, and anticipating requirements
• Manage the selection, procurement, implementation, and support of application software packages and technologies
• Create, support, and maintain data-driven processes and workflows
• Ensure applications/technologies communicate effectively with each other
• Build a network of external resources/experts and contract with these resources as needed
• Manage IT staff, vendors, and contractors
• Other duties as assigned

Specific Skills – Required
• Project management experience preferably in an Agile/Scrum environment (or other rapid application development methodology)
• Experience managing projects throughout the entire SDLC, including requirements analysis, design, coding, testing, deployment, and maintenance
• Experience/expertise writing project requirements and creating development plans
• Knowledge of programming languages, tools, security practices, and technologies 
• Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively explain concepts in writing and verbally to developers and non-technical peers
• Knowledge of the latest trends in information technology and software development
• A BS degree in computer science, information technology, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience
• Willingness to travel and staff STFM conferences

Specific Skills – Valued
• Experience with Salesforce administration and development
• Experience with Microsoft technologies including Microsoft Azure Cloud services, SQL, ASP.NET, and .NET Core
• Experience with the Atlassian toolset, specifically Jira, Confluence, and Bitbucket
• Experience with association management SaaS, such as Togetherwork and Higher Logic
• Experience with Google WorkSpace administration and support

Think you’re a great fit? Send your resumé and salary expectations, along with a cover letter explaining why you would be an asset to the team, to Sandy Van Tuyl at svantuyl@stfm.org